Blog Posts in September, 2017

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  • Greater Indianapolis Area Truck Accidents Often Devastating
    Greater Indianapolis Area Truck Accidents Often Devastating

    Car accidents in the Greater Indianapolis area are inconvenient and upsetting even in a best-case scenario. Unfortunately, truck accidents frequently prove even more dangerous, due in large part to ...

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  • Enhanced Vulnerability Always Present for Indiana Motorcyclists
    Enhanced Vulnerability Always Present for Indiana Motorcyclists

    Here's a dichotomy -- and a clearly unfortunate reality -- relevant to roadways across Indiana and the rest of the country: a misplaced and not-well-considered attitude harbored by many drivers of ...

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  • When Caught, Hit-And-Run Suspect May Face Wrongful Death Suits
    When Caught, Hit-And-Run Suspect May Face Wrongful Death Suits

    A devastating recent Indiana hit-and-run left three individuals dead, the youngest of whom was an 8-month-old girl. While hit-and-runs are sometimes difficult to prosecute, police have located the ...

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  • Single-Car Accidents Not Always the Driver's Fault
    Single-Car Accidents Not Always the Driver's Fault

    Most car accidents involve a collision with another vehicle. There is a subset of accident, however, in which only one vehicle is involved. Injuries in these accidents are every bit as compensable as ...

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  • Share the Road Sunday! 500 Bicyclists to Hit the Roads in Hamilton & Boone County This Sunday
    Share the Road Sunday! 500 Bicyclists to Hit the Roads in Hamilton & Boone County This Sunday

    This Sunday is the 5th annual Rollfast Gran Fondo, a cycling event where 500 participants will either ride 25, 66, or 100-mile courses primarily through Hamilton and Boone County. This event is ...

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  • Traffic Fatalities Lower in First Half of 2017; Higher Than 2015
    Traffic Fatalities Lower in First Half of 2017; Higher Than 2015

    The nonprofit National Safety Council, or NSC, has been tracking fatality trends and providing estimates for almost 100 years. This year's preliminary estimates bring us some good news and some bad ...

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